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Activité physique, sédentarité et temps d’écran

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La sédentarité est la 4e cause mondiale de mortalité. Ce fléau silencieux affecte toutes les tranches d’âge de la population sans discernement. Le temps assis ainsi que le temps d’écran sont deux composantes importantes de la sédentarité qui affecte notre espérance de vie, plus particulièrement les étudiants et les travailleurs de bureau. Dans le cadre de cette formation, découvrez les effets de la sédentarité sur la santé et comment mettre en place des stratégies efficaces qui ciblent les variables ayant un effet direct et indirect sur la sédentarité et l’espérance de vie.

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